Pain is a fickle friend. It will inform that something is not right, but the information is not always backed up. It might be damaged nerves misinforming or the brain misinterpreting messages.
Some people can easily get a diagnosis or an explanation for what is causing their pain, while others struggle in the dark. In this section, you will find information on pain, and tips on how to get a diagnosis – if possible.
This questionnaire is made for you to get a better picture of your pain. Share your answers with your general practitioner and together you can find an explanation for your symptoms. Please use the numbers 0-5 to mark your answers to each question relevant to you. 0 = Not at all || 1 … Continue reading Vulva & Vaginal Profile
You can get closer to the cause of your problem, by locating your pain or discomfort. It might not be an easy puzzle to find. It is always your doctor’s job to find a diagnosis. For you to prepare for your meeting with the doctor, we have made this section. It is not uncommon to have more … Continue reading Tracing my pain
Contact your general practitioner and ask to have an initial conversation about your pelvic discomfort. In Denmark, your physician is your gatekeeper to help further. Why VISIT THE DOCTOR? Regardless what is written on this website, it will be your doctor recommending treatment and make a diagnosis. Consider what you want from your visit. Your general … Continue reading SEEING THE DOCTOR
A little basic information about pain: Nociceptive pain is when the nerve picks up a signal about an injury and transport that signal to the central nervous system. The signal may contain information about a tear in skin or tissue, sores, dryness, infection or inflammation. Common to nociceptive pain is that it often responds well to … Continue reading UNDERSTANDING PAIN
20% of women, who have answered our questionnaire. “When Love Hurts“, do not have a diagnosis for why they experience sexual discomfort or pain – whether in the abdomen, pelvic or genital area. It can be frustrating to live with sexual pain and discomfort not knowing what is wrong, or when the situation will improve. Many … Continue reading GETTING A DIAGNOSIS
Dealing successfully with chronic pain often requires more that one treatment approach. The order and form to use are very individual. There seldom is a quick fix, and for some, the result will be coping with pain. Here is a list of elements for dealing with chronic pain – they are not in a specific order, and there … Continue reading Deal with Pain